Todd Wright: 3 Things Worship Leaders Must Consider in the New Year

It’s January 12. I just now took our Christmas lights off the house. Which means I’m either WAY BEHIND schedule or WAY AHEAD. Either way, not good.

The new year is kinda’ like that, isn’t it? You finish up Christmas and think, “Ah, I wonder what the new year wi-“ and then the new year kicks in your office door, kicks a chair over and drops a bunch of work on your desk.

Consequences CD Series + Kingdom Values Book

If you’re like me and you’re feeling way behind, let me encourage you to do whatever it takes to carve a little time for thinking, planning and dreaming. I know it’s hard to find the time, but time spent thinking creatively and clearly about your upcoming ministry year is always worth it.

If you’re not quite in the “resolution” mindset, let me offer a few suggestions of things to consider in the new year.


Your band and tech team most likely loves serving with you. I’m willing to be they’re invested and are faithful, willing servants. Most of them are are ready for whatever you’ll throw at them. So…what are you going to throw at them?

What’s your vision for your band and technicians? What did they accomplish in the previous year that you can build on? Think about some practical goals that will make rehearsals run more efficiently or increase the musical chops of your team. Try to remember some of the challenges your tech team faces weekly and work on minimizing the chaos level for them.

Click here to read more.
Source: Church Leaders

Encountering Jesus’ Names CD Series + Called for a Purpose Devotional

When you purchase a book below it supports the Number #1 Black Christian Newspaper BLACK CHRISTIAN NEWS NETWORK ONE ( and it also allows us to spread the Gospel around the world.